2024 Preview: Predicting the 2024 U.S. Presidents Cup Team
A preview of the predicted U.S. Presidents Cup Team for 2024.
U.S. Team Faces Added Pressure
The 2024 U.S. Presidents Cup Team will face the challenge of playing away from home and on the heels of a Ryder Cup loss. The team must now hit the road again, facing an International Team that includes both veterans and young stars.
Veterans such as Adam Scott and Hideki Matsuyama will likely be part of the International Team, along with young talents like Tom Kim and Min Woo Lee. The U.S. Team will need to bring their best to compete against this motivated International Team.
Presidents Cup Success Not Guaranteed
While Presidents Cup success may seem like a given for the United States, the visiting team is always vulnerable. The International Team has only won once in the history of the event, and the previous Presidents Cup held outside the United States saw the International Team take the lead before succumbing to a U.S. comeback.
The U.S. Team will need to stay focused and perform at their best to secure victory in the 2024 Presidents Cup.
Predicting the U.S. Roster
The U.S. will rely on familiar selection criteria to pick its 2024 team. Six automatic qualifying spots will be given to the top six PGA TOUR members who have earned the most FedExCup Points from Jan. 1, 2023, through the 2024 BMW Championship. The predicted roster for the U.S. Team includes a mix of current top players and some surprises.
Some of the predicted players for the 2024 U.S. Presidents Cup Team include Patrick Cantlay, Wyndham Clark, Max Homa, Collin Morikawa, Xander Schauffele, Scottie Scheffler, Jordan Spieth, Sahith Theegala, Justin Thomas, Cameron Young, Will Zalatoris, and Gordon Sargent.